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10 Best Warhammer Fantasy Books of All Time

Our goal: Find the best Warhammer Fantasy books according to the internet (not just one random person's opinion).

    Here's what we did:
  1. Type "best warhammer fantasy books" into our search engine and study the top 5+ pages.
  2. Add only the books mentioned 2+ times.
  3. Rank the results neatly for you here! 😊
    (It was a lot of work. But hey! That's why we're here, right?)

(Updated 2024)

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Last Updated: Monday 1 Jan, 2024

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  2. 3
    Gotrek and Felix
  3. 5
    Brunner the Bounty Hunter
  4. 6
    The Tyrion and Teclis Omnibus
  5. 7
  6. 9


    Gordon Rennie

  7. 10
    Hammers of Ulric


  • What is considered the best entry in the Warhammer series?

    That's a subjective question, but one often cited as the best entry by fans is "The Legend of Sigmar" by Graham McNeill. It's a trilogy that delves deeply into the lore of the Warhammer world, detailing the origin story of Sigmar Heldenhammer, the founder of the Empire.

  • Can you recommend a Warhammer series for someone interested in high fantasy elements?

    For high fantasy enthusiasts, "The Chronicles of Malus Darkblade" series by Dan Abnett and Mike Lee is a fantastic choice. This series offers an intense exploration of the dark elf faction, blending gritty military conflict with rich fantasy world-building.

  • Which Warhammer series focuses mainly on the chaos faction?

    "Liber Chaotica" is a comprehensive series that delves deeply into the chaos faction. This collection provides an in-depth look at the dark and twisted powers that plague the Warhammer world.

  • Are there any newer releases in the Warhammer genre that I should look out for in recent posts?

    Keep an eye out for our recent posts about the latest Warhammer releases. We continually update our lists, and one of our most recent posts in December highlighted "The Blacktalon" series, which offers a fresh perspective with a new, riveting storyline.

  • I prefer stories that are grounded in military strategy. Which Warhammer series should I explore?

    For a military-focused experience, the "Gotrek and Felix" series by William King and later Nathan Long is highly recommended. This long-running series gives readers a detailed look at the Old World through the eyes of a Slayer and his chronicler, with many battles and military campaigns featured prominently.

  • How can I ensure I don't miss any news on upcoming Warhammer series or books?

    To stay updated, make sure you are logged in as a member on our site. As a member, you'll get updates and alerts about all the latest Warhammer series and any related news.

  • Is there a Warhammer series that can offer a better understanding of the series' world history and politics?

    Yes, the "Warhammer: Time of Legends" series is phenomenal for readers looking to get a better grasp of the world's ancient history, politics, and the conflicts that have shaped the land. The series includes several trilogies such as "The Sundering" and "The Black Plague" trilogy that are rich in detail and narrative scope.

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